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The Noble Block Dry Goods Store !
GREAT AND GRAND OPENING (W
SPRING AND SINNER DRESS GOODS f
014)t),000 Worth OE New and Des*lrtsble Patterns*.
For Lndirs and oar 1 , 1 tug in Part Of
Summer Silks, Rnssett Mixtures, Chene Poplins, Pequas,
oRANDIES, LAWS, MAASAILLES, WHITE AND PLAIN RIFF
WRITE GOODS, AND GREAT VARIETY!
NAINSOOKs, JACONEII,FIWIB3I:II4. ETC
Martiallles Qlliiti4 from $2.50 and Upwards.
We keep all kinds of goods usually called for to a flrht-clasp Dry 000t114 Starr, awl boy no refuse
goods, hut endear or V) keep those that will please all who wont good and durable nrtiali.i.
EDSON, CHURCHILL & CO.,
srsT itEcEivnD, A LARGE SvrOCK 01
Alpacas—Black, Brown- and Drab---Splendid Goods!
Huge Stock of IDelaines,
Very Handsome Vat telly, rinperinr to BUY In Town
THE LARGEST STOCK OF PRINTS IN TOWN,
Coll%kting in Jlt•rt9 Spnw,ties, anti $ll naLor poplilni In tla•,
FULL .LINE OF PINK AND WHITE PRINTS,
That everynnily ham been calling for and can uow be atipplled with. They are going like the dew
131 . ..)EA_C - IHI7OII !
In the Market. New York Mills, Watusuttn, LoimdWog, Fruit% of the Loom,
20,000 Yards Cheap, IVluslins;
We have Just received trnm the )trottifltetor)
50,000 Yards of Brown Muslim !
That we are willing that our eumoniera should carry away, as we have not roonitor tiolu. Our
eounters are loaded down with Donteat le Goods, bought prevloun to the
LATE ADVANCE IN THE EASTERN IIAIIRET!
Now IA the dine to buy, before they go higher.
• CALI. AT THE LIVE STORM. OF
Edson, Churchill & Co.,
Next door South of the Post .office.
Stove, Tin and House Furnishing Hardware !
FOR THE SPRING TRADE.
At _ the Store of W. G. Gardner,
PEACH STEXET,SOIITE OF THE DEPOT, EBXE, PA
RECEIVING AND IN STORE,
Stoves of the most Impioved Patterns,
Plain and Japanned Tin Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. and
House Furnishing Goods Generally, •
AT THE VERY LOWEST PItICES4
NoMILK PANS AND PAILS by the quantity and in groan Lola, Chain. ROOFING and all kind,.
of Jobbing In TIN, SHEET IRON and COPPER done at thahhorteat notice by compstioit work
men, and at the Lowest Prices.
Patticular attention given to Renting Churches and other Wale and private tnithlitia, with
Rot Air. Surveys and estimates made free of charge.
llome•Comforter Cooking Stove, for Wood and Coal.
Woo d call ppaeflculnr ottentlon to the above Stove. Any one p oa u e r w ell'il any other,drat-eims
NOT, WARRANT THIS STOVE
Quiehest and 'Most Even 'biker
IDE MOST DURABLE
!:u,I El onomical hi Fuel,
And to be Towle of the bent material of nuy Ft.
In the World.
A CAIIEFUL EXMMNATION THNKTO
Old Stovks; Copper. Brass. Rap, ate., ate., tithen in I . xelintwe for .g00d,..11 - the Hon ,
FurniFiline; Store of
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
From S to 19 1-2 . Cent.
FOR WOOD AND COAL,
W. GI. 4ICAA:111f):7 4 11. Month of the Triad, Erie. Po
No. 13 Noble 131oek.
Firmers and Others,
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS, HHTI:kIIt,
CREFF.F., EGOS, FLOM
‘ ,AICD '3IrIAL.
FLAX, COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
LW ED OREEN PRIVITS,
illY, NAVAL STORE,
sonoiium, 3101. 4 .5011i5, FAO.,
Gen'l Comniitisinn Merchant
442, 444 and 446 Washington SC,
NEW YOE3 CITY,
Anti receive his weekly,PrlCe Current of Pro
duce and tirocerles, the most complete Price
Vurreut published In the tidied States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT
3furklng Plate"! and Ca rebi Farnlshea Fn.t.
Liberal AdVauees Made on Consignments'.
ESTAIIIISTIEP MAY f, t
FLI`It clue reference. given when required.
LATEST & BEST!
n; 1.1.1 T
Hutton Hole, Overneamlng
La warranted to execute in the beat luau
ner ever• variety of idewing Hennaing,
Felling, Cording, Tucking, Brafding, Gath
ering, Quilting, Overseambur, Embroider
hag on the edge, and in addition makes
beautiful Button and Eyelet Boles In all
IT IFIAR NO EQUAL!
FielitgabscAutely the Lest
In the World, and Intrinsical's. the Cheap
est, for it is two Machines combined in one
by a simple and beautiful mechanical ar
Circulars with full particulars and sara-
Wog of work dune on this machine, can bo
bad on application at the
SALER-ROOM OF • THE COMPANY,
South-West corner of Eleventh and
Instructions given on the Machine gra
tuitously to all purchasers.
To Sell thin 'Machine
C. U. K Ingsbury.
714 State Street St., Erie,
Agent for Erie, Worrell and Crawford
NO '3l 1100 IR - 13 A. ILI) T.7,A 1)1,*
NO 'MORE GRAY LOCKS
Dr. Leon's Electric flair Renewer
la pronounced by all who have used It the
very Wilt preparation fur the hair. It Is a p 0.31.-
t lye cure for baldness, eradicates dandruff and
humors, stops the hair from falling out and
speedily restores gray locks to their original hue
It operates ou the secretions and fills the
lands with tie* life and coloring matter. Thin
, ead, faded or gray hair will always tie brought
by a few applications, to its youthful
abundance ' vitality and color.
It makes the hair soft, glossy, fragrant, plea
sant to• the touch and easy to arris.uge. Dry,
wiry;and Intractable locks beconieutolst,pllant
and - disposed to remain in any desired position.
As a Flair Dressing It has no equal. The Weal
are enormous, and it la a universal favorite wl t
old and young of both sexes.
told by Druggists throughout the United
Statett. Addrrists all orders to
%TEC/LER a SMITH, tiolo 'Proprietors,
1/7 North Third lit., Philndelphin.
tilaJD NEWS FOR MOTHERS.
Mothers, are you oppressed with anxiety for
your little mum? Are your slumbers and hearts
broken by their cries? Do you Awoke in the
morning uurefreshed and apprehensive? bO,
procure a bottle of Dr. Leon's Infant Remedy,
and you will bare no more Rai tomes of
watching and anxiety.
LEO'N'I4 VANT RE.NIEDY
Has stood the test of Years. Thousands of nurs.
es and 'mothers bear witness that It never fulls
to give relief If used In setomn. It Is a mild ,yet
!lure ntlt I spettly cure 1,..r colic,erataps and pains,
sod I. in% illuabie for all complaints Incident to
sofa I:3. Itrugghotm throughout the United
tgute:4. Ad:ltem ull tatters to
ZIF:“ LEH it SMITH, I.4tite Pruprletor.,
II; North Third St., I•hlhwlelphln
sJI,VIIEC'S IVAMII PoWl)l4ltr
SilVl.l. tltur , labor and 1111 l try—makes \i'u>h•
paallaw mai .1losla) a Festival. Sold
..very where. 'fry It. .Iddn•.* all orders to the
atanuthet tart,. '
ZIE: ULEIR :iota Proprietors,
137 North Third St.; Phi tudelpbta.
.No. 122 , 1 ktateSt.
Particular attention given to the Introduction
of Water,ritemd and Pipea• into Bottles,
Storea and Dwelling lioureit; Mao, the fitting
up of Copper Heaton, Rath Tubs, riliowere,
Waali Stands and other Work, by. experienei.il
workmen and on rearm/made temp..
Constantly on !matt otal for sale a full, line of
Plumber's Ntatertals, Copper Heaters, Bath
Tubs. Water closets, Wash Basins, ishowers,
Bram Work , Wrought Iron Gas and
Water I'lpe, cialvanized Water Pipe Iron Fit
Also, a large stock of Gus Fixtures, Chande-
IteN, Pendants, linteketa, Hall Lights, Drop
Lights,.Stand Lights, Cigar Lighters, Shades,
(pubes, Rubber Hose,. etc.
11110- Orden' from t count ry promptly at t
GEO. L. HUBBARD,
Gt. Y. • 13A:VIS;
Has removed to Whittle/I's Block, corner of
state and Tenth tnreets, Pr. le, Pa., where he
has opened a .
LARGELY INCREASED STOCK
Of tirooerles, Fruits, Vegetables, Provialena
and everything titns/1y kept in a Itirst-elass
goorcery establishment. IN'e are determined not
be surpassed, and invite all who Want any
thing in our line to call, feeling absured that we
Inaba able togive satisfaction both as to quid
of goods cud prices.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
To which we ash the attention of those having
of. We pledgeottraelses to
secure the highest. market price for all articles
entrusted to our CAM
DEALERS IN THE ADJOININO TOWNS,
And on the Lines or Railroad,
F3117/TS, VEGETASISS, ETC
TOIIA4 erci 0:0
-1 r A Y 1 0 /1, •
NAVY, SPUN . ROLLS. 88, 10s.
?Lad alt Vie °ibex brands of
NO. at PENN &TEEM
spultr-7. trrresnint. p.
Great. Broad Romte to
NEW Ironic; nowtort,
and the New England
*Mil Railway extends from brit:dark to New
Tork, 460 mile& Renal° to New York. miles.
Salamanca to Now York 415 tulles. Arid is from
22 to 27 MR. P% TUE 81115=1:Kr ROUTE. All
trains run directly throukh to New-York, 400
MILES, without charige_of coaches.
From and alter Nov. ,23., 1867, Mina will lame,
in connection with alt the Western Lines, as
follows: From DUKIRK and SALAMANCA
—by Now York time—from Union Depots:
7:Fe A. SI, Exprem I front Dunkirk daily
texeept Sundays,. stops at Satan:tants at
iCtte A. 3f., and connects at Hornell/will°
and Coming with then A. M. Es prate Mall
from Buffalo and arrives in New York at 7
2a5P.M.„ Lightning Express, from Salamilnds
daily (except Sundays). Stops at Hornell!.
villa (e 25. P M., (Slipper), intenweting with
the 2.2) P. 31. train from liaspao.and arrives
fn New York at. 7 A. 3t. •
kl3l'. M . New York Night Express, from Dun
kirk daily (except Sundays). Stops at Sala
' manes at MO P.)!., and arrives inNevrYork.
at WO P. M., connecting with afternoon
trains and Steamers for Boston and New
England Cities. •
WA P. M. Cincinnati Express, from Dunkirk,
(Sundays excepted). Stops at Salamanca
110, P. M., and connects at llornellsville
with the 11:1n P. M. Train from Buffalo, arri
ving In New York IV., P. M.
Irons Burralo—by New Yurk time—from Depot
corner Exchange and Michigan Ma :
Ict; A. M., New York Day ExPreas, daft?' fe'r ee r t •
Sundays). Arrives In New York at 440 P.
Connects at Great Bend with Delaware,
Lackawanna dr Western Railroad, anti at
Jersey City with midnight express train for
Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington.
8:0) A. M. Ex press 31a11,v la. Avon and Hornet's
daily (except Sunday). Arrives In New
York at 7,•00 A. M.
2:20 P. Df., LightnlngExpress, daily (except Sun
day), connecting with morning express
train fon Boston and New England cities.
Arrives Ili New York at 7:CO A. 3L
6:10 P. M., New York Night Express daily. Con
nects at Dornelltiville with the 4:15P.M. train
from Dunkirk, and arrives in New York at
1230 P. 31.
11:20 P. M., Cincinnati E,xpross, daily (except
Sundays). Arrives In New I ork.at 31,
Connects at Elmira with Northern Central
Itallway,for Willitunsport,liarrisburg, Phil
adelphia, Baltimore and Washington ; at
Great Bend with Delaware: Lackawanna. 44
Western Railroad, and at New York with
afternoon Mains and steamers for Boston
and New England cities.
Only ode train East on Sunday, leav lug Buthi
lo at 6:10 P. 31., and reaching New York. at 12:30
P. In advance of all other routes.
Boston and New England passengers. With
Oleicbairge, are trans erred, free of charge, in Y
The best Ventilated and most Luxurious
Sleeping Cars In the World accompany all night
tralua on this Railway.
• Baggage checked through and fare always as
low as by any - other route.
ASK FOR TicKETs VIA. ERIE RAILWAY,
which can be obtained at all_prinetpal, tleket
Ikea in the West anti MOM hoWest.
11, RIDDLE, ‘V3I. BARR,
Gehl 140 pl. CietVl Pass. Agl.
CORDIALS, RITTIMS, I'Tt'.
Aim°, Ruffled I.ltinurs.
ieb21.173m,1 No. 1228 State St., Erie, Pa
The New York Nun,
An Itideoendeut Daily Newspaper. political
and gener.ll, giving all the Norm In a fresh, rend •
able, attractive manner, moderated an that a
Imelimas Man can llnd time to read the Whole.
Charles A. Dana, Edttar and Maringt.r. Primolp3
a year, $1,40 Mr three morally.
Prepared with great care for country subkorl
bela. Pc,lttle I new.. thoroughly condensed.
Formers' Club fully reported. Markets occb
rately given. Horticultural and Agricultund
Department edited tky Andrew ti. Flt lee, Greet
variety or Interesting ittl4cellarri.ous reading,
making it a ilrit-rate GENERAL FAAIILI
NEWMPArEII. Thoso who wlah ,tor a thor
oughly reliable imper for the pending, roost Im
portant Preghlottlal Qiinpaign. willlflnd THE
WEEKLY SUN exactly what they treed. Prin•,
#1 a year• :3) eopleN to inu• address, 50eoPles
to one addreii., ;117,10: LPI cople•t to taw tuldrv.%
TUE 62311-WEEICLY SUN,
Same tine and diameter as the Weekly, but
fun billing twit.e am much reading• matter, and
giving the news with greater freattne G
pains wilt be taken in making up the polit
ical newa it theday for this patier, - so that the
reader, whatever in' his politica, will And the
sintr.wEEKroc SUN to be an siceunite and
coMpreluinalve compendium of political infor
mation. In fact, we intim that this filial! be
the most valuable campaign paper In the coun
try. Price, ..?2 a year; 10 COpitlS to tine address,
NM; :I() copies to tam .535; 50copirm to
one address, always in advance. Adds.-ma,
THE SIJN, New York City.
PHILADELPHIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD.
Through •and lilreei Route between Pfflindel
phia, Baltimore, Harrisburg, Williams- •
vort. anti llie
GREAT OIL REGION
ELEGANT SLEEPING CARS
TAN and after MONDAY, NOV. 2.5 th, 180, the
trains on the Philadelphia 4 Erie Railroad
will run as follows :
Mail Train leaves Philadelphia at 11:15 p.m.and
arrives at Erie at 0:00 p. in.:
Erie Express leaves Philadelphia at 1200 m., and
arrives at Erie at 8:45 a. in.
Warren Accommodation leaves Warren at 1155
p. m. Cony at 230 p. in., and arrives at Erie
at 4:10 p.
Mail Train Leaves Erie at 10:25 a. to., and arrives
at Philadelphia at 8:55 a. in.
lhie Express leaves Erie at 4a5 p. m., and ar
rives at Philadelphia. at 100 p. In-
Warren Accommodationleaves Erie at 8:00 a.
ta" Cony at 8:45 a. m., and arrives at Warren
at 11:15 a. m.
Mall caul Express connect with all trains on
the Warren 4. Franklin Railway. Passengers
leaving Philadelphia at 12W in., arrive at Irvine
ton at 0490 a. m„ and Ott City at 9:50 a. In.
Leaving Philadelphia ut 11:15 p. m., arrive at
011 City at 4:45 p.
All trains on the Warren & Franklin Railway
Make close connections at Oil City with trains
for Franklin and Petroleum Centre. liwoosox
r o PPTIIMI
EAGLE FOUNDRY, -
Pesch Street, above the Buffalo Road,
11EPililts imv.A. - zwr.esc co.;
MASUYAOFIIIMISS OF •
PARLOR, COOK-AND-OFFICE STOVES,
TIN AND SUMP IRON WARE,
TIIE piLEBRATED CURTIS PLOW t
•ad all kinds of ProW battings: • •
Every Stove sold by us is warranted to gi , ;il
estistactlon. Kettles. /Sleigh Bboes, Sw/Irdna,
ke., on hand and manufactured to order: Plows
and Plow Points of superior marteandduratat.
ty always on hand.. A. call and a Aar, trial of
oar artielei is all we ask. • .
turNigi-tf. BR YAN a' 'CO.
LOD PR12571110 of every kind, in lane or
small quantities pUla. or colored. done la
beet stra. and at niodialda Salm. at Ma
Cur. or Penn and Mt. Mtreets,
The Largest, Cheapest and most Haeceasfut
Practical 'Business College
TIIE UNITED RTATF-9
Fifteen Thousand Students
From Thirty -Three Staley In Ten Years
FOR LARGE QUARTO CIRCULAR,
Containing: full Information, Ontllnr nt enume
samples of Cbwley's
View of the College Building, different De
partments, City of Pittsburgh, etc., efe., addrers
Elvin AIA ft - 111'AF: WOII.IC.R.
M. A. DUNNIXU,
No. 1010 Peach Street, between 10th and.
11th, Erie, Pa.
Monuments, Tombstones, Marble - and
Slate Mantles, &e.
I have on hand a large assortment of mown-
Ments and headstones of various styles. in
American and Italian marble, and a corps of
the best workmen In the State. All orders will
be promptly attended to and satisfaction guar
anteed. My work is warranted unsurpassed,
and I cannot be undersold by any one. Orden
and inspection of sibyl; and prices solicited.
FRANK ALLEN, AGENT,
Wholesale Dealer la Fine
iYiiiskies, Brandies, Wines, Ghts, limns,
TICE 'WEEKLY SUN.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
On all Night Train.
J. etc IJB it CO.,
BOOTS & SHOES !
I No. 628 Stale Street.
We have Just flashed, and prepared for Par
be inspection, mammoth stork of Iloots,ithoee,
Gaiters,Rubbers, etc. embracing every-descrip
tion and vartaty of kinds, and which for style,
quality and dash cannot. he surpassed In the
market all of which are offered at late reduced
:idea We also pay (~pedal find strict atten
CITMT , O3I ♦YOBS I
For which the finest collection of bathers are
irept on hand, and every facility is secured for
accommodating customers promptly, and in a
atyle to render perfect satisfaction. Particular
attention Is also directed to our
No. 8 West Seventh Street.
Where. we manufacture at Wholesale, 3.ten'm
80p.% Ladies, 3tisseh' and Children's Boots,
elkoefi, Gaiters, eta, of every variety and kind.
Having lately enlarged our manufactory by the
*addition of new buildings and Improved ma
chinery. we are prepared to supply the Trade
on short nutlet, and at the lowest inarketpricee.
A.djoinitys this department aro connected oar
LEATHER AND FINDINGS ROOM!
Erahnwing French, German and American
Calf Skins, of best and varied brands, Slaughter
end Spanish Sole Leather, French and Ameri-
can liatinsOf all colors and pricks. •
With our increased facilities we can sell as
low as any Eastern manufacturer, and make to
order any kind of work wanting by the Trade.
Thankful for the past liberal patronage of the
public, we respectfully solicit a continuance of
the saute. " -
seat-tf. .1. EICHENLAUB
CHEAP CASH STORE.
. M I :INT N r t - ,
Grocer and Fortiviasionss,
Wood, Willow and Wont Ware,
And et eryt tang that is usually kept In a First
• Class Family Cirocery.
ALL GOODS SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH.
The best brands of
Erie County Flour,
AIIVIVS . OTI Hand. Call and examine prices.
fa ..O ond'e eltvere4free in any part . of the
city or South Erie. oc3-tf.
T e HE UNDERSIGNED having purchased the
well Livery Stand heretofore pccu
p d byW
'm. J. Sterrett, desires to inform his
friends and the public that he will continue the
business, and invites their patronage.
THE STOCK will he largelylncreased and im
proved--new conveyances have been procured
and some of the best livery horses in the &ran
try. lam determined so to conduct the estab
lishment as to give satisfaction. Those who
want to obtain the services of a. good team will
And me ready at all times to accommodate them
at reasonable prices.
Recollect the place, Stetrett's Old Stand, Fifth
street, rear of the Reed House,
Jeiens-tf. THOSt. LENNOr.
GERMAN SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
CiarrtOr laapailt.o and state
This InntltutiOn hi now Open for the tratoute
tlon of hUSinef , e4.
OFFICE HOURS: 9 A. M. to 1 I'. M. '
SATURDAYS: 9 A. M. to a r.
Six Per Cent. Interest"will be Given by this
Institution t o Regular Depositgrs.
.1. Eleiwnlnub, P. A. Becker, F. P. I.lebel,
F. Schneider, .John lientdielmer.
Job n (lenslief war, President.
Ntatt hew Senlaudevirer Treasurer.
F. B.cimelder, tieeretary.
Unmet P. Crook, having taken in hist son, Jag.
axpartner, on the I.t laV of April, un
der the arm name of James P. Crook 4C Bon, de
sires to have a settloment of his old moounts.
An persons knowing thernßelvem indebted to
him are requested.to call and settleudthout
JAMES P. CROOK & SON.;
ROUGH & PRANED LUMBER,
And 3lanalactur@ro of
WINDOW SASH, FRAMLM, DOORS & BLINDS
Moulding?' and Picket Pence, Scroll Sawing
Matching and Planing done tousle,.
Iflop on r'essolt
Between Fount' and Pink Sta.. Erie, Pa.
respectfully call the attention of the pub
lic to oar facilities for doing work In the beet of
style, promptly and on reasonable terms. Hav
ing fitted up entirely new shops, with superior
machinery, we feel confident of giving satisfac
tion. Ordera from abroad will reeeive, prompt
nty3t'6l-tf. JA. MEN P. CROOK At SON.
National Claim Agency
tune, in Farrar Hull Building, Erie, Pa
All elolmautn for extra bounty allowed by late
acts of Ottumwa. eau have the same promptly
collect oil by setalina their dlsclutmes to me, the
receipt of which will
be promptly achttowledg•
ed and instructions returned.
INCREASE OF PENSIONS.
$l3 per month for the total loss of use of either
leg or arm, instead of SS. $2 per month for each
minor child of de,,,,,,ed I...idlers or seamen.
Also, other Increases.
AbI)ITIONA I. FOR VOL OFFICERS of U.S. A.
'Three Intmths tuly propei for all in Piervire
Mardi .3d, and discharged after April VOL, UK
Claims for arrears et pny, and pensions, and
'nattily, promptly ,T,lleeted. Unequalled ntellt-
I les for chedng and coin Wet Mg chtlins. Allow
ance to prisoners of war collected. Only agency
In North-Western l'enn.ylvania where years of
experience In the U. M. Treasury can he found.
Thankful for the very liberal patronage be
141)WPai ill the pant, tee hope by Incretuted expe-
Hence and unre nittfJnt attention to patrons, to
secure their continued favor. Office in Farrar
Hall Building. Address'
a u7"66-tf. Lock [lox 101, Erie,
J. W. AVltlEltii.
' Wholesale nutl Retail
Dealer in Furniture !
Having purelnesed the entire stock of Furni
ture 414 ;stews. Moore dz }tibia, I respectfully
to.k my old east •rs and the puhlre generally
to give um u call at the old stand,
O. 715 STATE STREET,
Before pnri•hunlng elsewhere. I have a largi•
, .asw)rtment of
Parlor, Chamber and Bed Rooni Sets I
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS, TABLES,
And, in fact everything in the line of Furniture.
Turn prepared tOMltllaffetUre to order any style
that rimy be called for. Remember, NO. 715
t•gate street, mud aide, between, Seventh and
ap2.5"47-tr. , JOHN W. AYRES.
LOMB MERGE do CO.,
FIRST-CLASS /AMALIE OVLBSIBUNO
WASUpSO.IO4, 97 =Etta orsixfirr.
These Tian& tire teconiniended b the most
irmisurtrtiudgeti are !TIMM.
tench and durainntYeunufFassed by
piano made - in ibis country. ' Voll FIVE YEARS.
Illustrated Catalogue and Price UK aant'by
man on application. febi3er3-17.
For i Beat.
r . ELM . ANT MOSE 8003 t noir accepted
by O.'W. Goodrieb, No. CDS State street, will
tor rust trims April Ist.
A . M i ne
'Wm. A. 0
i 'IC WI and Flute Mts.,
Mvi .. I . UMiL . ILA
OPPCKiITE POST OFFICE.
N . 14_1 NV FIRM ,
WARDROBEI.4, DRS '1:13,
B &YR N 17111 Hoop Skirt & Corset Depot!
DRUGS, IFEDIOLNES, FANCY GOODS,
PERFUMERY TOILET BOATS,
II- A. I R
. - . - 0 I L
POW DER Pu - FFs,
BRUsitEs, ;-' UOLOONE,
Linseed Oiig,Turpent ( inesi, Varnish, Hydro/ie.
torso 01l kinds,
PURE I,NUORS FOR MF.DICALPUEPOI*A
Lumlun Porter and Scotch Air
Pre,4ell lona carefully dbmensed. Allarttcles
sold by me are warranted to be precleely tte rep
-resented. No trouble to allow igouds. Septem
ber the name mud place,
BARNUM, 1317.resch Street,
gOnth of the. Depot
FATICTIEW STATION, Sept. to. 190.
The Subscriber would respectfully inform the
Farmers of Fairview and vicinity, that he is
-prepared to pay
THE 111.011 M PRICE
for all kinds of Farm Produce-delivered at
Fairview Station. Also, keeps on hand for
DITUDINOUti AND ANTHRACITE COAL.
as cheap as can be bed elsewhere. Also, has
the agency of Harwood, Young dr. Co.'s Superior
(slat Steel. Plows, Mulkey Cultivators, Wallace it
Jones' Hell-Dumping- IVheel Day Rake, etc.
And hen a superior lot of March full blood and
SUFFOLK AND CHESTED WRITE PIGS! ,
sephr67-Iy. ' A. STONE.
Having :emaciated with me on the Int of
ry Andrew Slayer, to the
BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS,
The firm wIU be known at C. Engle/nut & Co..
and the Mumma win be canted on =thereto.
tore at .tio, L West Perk, Erie, Pa.
Buy Silver Tipped Shoes. for your chilffren. A
majority of the childreh Wear holes in the toes
of their shoes in a very few days; then the shoes
are soon worthless, and a new pair must be
bought. The only way to prevent this great
waste of money is to buy shoes protected by sil
ver tips. They never wear out at the toe, and
make a pair of shoes last three times as long as
without - Tips.« Leather Caps have been worn to
some extent, but they have proved worthless.
Silver Tips have a neat and substantial appear
once, and do away entirely with the d
able. sight of dirty stock ings and pro=ng
toes, We have constantly on hand the only as
sortment of Silver Tipped Shoes to be found in
the city, including tine Sewed shoes, Balmorals,
Youths' Boota, de., which we offer; together with
a huge and fashionable assortment of ladles'
and Cleats' Fine and Heavy goods, at the lowest
malt' tff-tf. C. ENOLEHART & CO.
Erie & Pittsburgh Railroad
O N 2a1 ) 7, g r
UVN t rrilnu i ro l e t tOt "E rrol
LOA A. M„ Pittsburgh Express, stops at all stag
thins, and arrivee at A. * G. W. R. B. Trans
fer at I:40 p. in., at New Castle at 100 p. rn.,
and at Pittsburgh at 6:00 p. nt.
4:00 P. M., Accommodation. arrives at James
town at 0:00 p. In.
- .4c0l A. M„ Accommodation frnm JonelsMwn,
arrives at A. dc G. W, R. Transfer at *B5
a. rtt., at New Castle at 7:00 a. tn., and Pitts
burgh at 10:00 a. m.
. . .
ibM A. M., Mie F...Xpress, leaves New (tatle at
as; 45 a. in., A. &CI W. It. It. Transfer at 1140
a. in., making close connection with trains
for Buffalo and Niagara Falkoind arrives at
Erie at l:30 p. m.
4:23 P. M., Night Express, leaven New Castle
at 7:25 pi tn., A. it G. W. R. IL.Trainifer at 8:45
p. m.., JameM
12:1 o . m.
wn at fi:2r.s p. In. and arrives
at Erie at 5 a.
Pittsburgh Express south connects at James
town at 12:40 Ton. with J. & F. Express,arriving
at Franklin at p. In., and Oil City at 3:411 p.
tn. Connects at Transfer at 1:40 p, m., with
& G. W. Mall west, for Warren, Ravens and
Erie Express north connects at A. ,t G. W.
Transfer at 10:19 a. al., with Wail east for Mead
vine and Jamestown, and at Jamestown with
J. df F. Express for Franklin, arriving at Frank
lin at 11:35 p. tn., and Oil City - -at .140 p.
Trains connect at Rochester with trains for
Wheeling and all points In West Virginia, and
at Pittsburgh connections for, Philn.delphla,
Itarrisbnrg, Baltimore and Washington, via
Pennsylvania Central Railroad.
Erie Express north connects at Girard with
Cleveland - St Erie trains westward for Cleveland,
Chicago and all points in the West ; at Erie with
Philadelphia Erie Railroad for Corry, Warren,
Irvineton, Thiloute, .tc., and with Burial° nit Erie
Railroad for Buffalo, Dunkirk; Niagara Falb;
and New York City. 3. J. LAWRENCE,
Having parvitased the Interest of the 31esatts
laments In the
FLOUR AND FEED BUSINESS
Of thejute firm, would respectfully solicit a
continuance of favor from the friends and pa
trona of the house, and the taiblle In general,
pledging himself that he will at all tinted try to
sell good and reliable
Flour, Feed and Grain
At the lowest price for cash In hand. From my
long experience in this branch of the trade, I
trust I know what the public demand, and that
I am prepared to meet that want.
Returning my ihsoks to the public for their
liberal patronage to me in. the past, I hope by
strict attention to my buslnesa and their wants,
to merit a continuance of their patronage !lithe
THE MILLING, FLOUR. FEED,
AND tiR.VIN BUSINESS,
he continued, in nu its department*, at the
EIRE MILLS, PARADE STREET,
/aid the Store, ,
PARK ROW ,
Between /irmrtt's Hotel and Reed House,
Where the public will tlud n good stock always
for sale, with competent um polite men On
hued to 'supply their wants.
nmtr;nr-ly. H. It.
1123 State St., Erie, Pa.,
Jlanulacturers and lA.ah•tx IN all liltula of
Gas, Steam and Lead Pipe,,
CISTERN, FORCE & WELL PUPS,
If 40 ti E , ,
Sheet limo and Urn* Wire.
, We nlho manufneture
LIDIVENriG RODS, SUCKER RODS,
13rartst4 Cariti gm,
And the Celebrated
Four Cup Ball Valve !
Generally used In the oil regions
Blank Book Manufactory !
We would respectfully announce to the public
that we have opened a
and atro prepared to do work in any branch of
. BLANK BOOHS:
Of all kinds, ou hand and inlide to onlor. , nnd
ruled to any pattern desired.
MAiLIZLYES AND OLD DOWN,
Bound and repaired In the best style
Nointona National Sauk Comes State tad
Sib Streets, Zeta Pa. -
Z. M. COLE &-80 N
IpArrgat -iitAintat— A, complete imart
Meat el Army kind' of Minim needed br
'Mem. Ibt We jun st th tlec e Observer M e, ton/debt** em. and Shalom
JOB nneolliG of every kind, in L►ie or
yawn's% Nabs Or eigOred, done in
Ma best style. sad et moderato prices. at tire
New York Hoop Skirt Manufactory,
1006 @MAME. tiT.
NATHAN COHEN respectfully informs the
ladles of Erie and surrounding 'country that
he hag' on hand It lame assortment of hoop
Skirts, of all sizes and styles, of his own make,
null manufactured of the best flexible steel and
material which he will guarantee equal to any
in tho natket. liming laid consldemble expe
rience tar the 'fastness, ho is confident of his
ability tokive entire satisfaction to all those
who initY favor him with a call. If ally of his
make will break within one year, they wilt be
repalred,latai no charges finale. -
Old Mists repaired; altered and edifilfed an
new. New Skirts made nu order at the h bort (..t.
notice. A Splendid and large stock of all kinds
of Corsets and Corset Steels constantly kept on
band. Country merchante supplied at the very
lowest. ndes. NAVIAN WHENf
Nu. 100 S State street, Erie,
.11..atRarizeti Capital .500,000.
CAPITA/. PAIL) IN td_le,uUd.
THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK
opened for business on
• DIONDA Y, DECFMBER NTH, irdi,
In the banking office prey lOUs/ Y occupied by the
Merchant's Bank, Brou l na Building, north-east
earner of %tate street and public Para. -
Wll. L, SCOTT, Prext. WM. C. CURKT, Cash.
WM. L. fiCOTT, of firm of J. Hearn & Co., Coati
JOR. I.I'CAIITER, of firm of Selden, &
GEO.I. MORTON, coal Dealer.
W. lA. BROWN, Agent Initial° & Erie It. R.
JOHN C.BURGRASof firm of Cleznenm,Cttuall
ey & Barg vim . Wholesale Grocers.
0. E. CROL WI, of Ann of ltiouch & Bro. Flour
M. FL BARE, of firma of Barr, Johnson &
Man, Ntove Manufacturers.
F. F. FARRAR, of firm of Gray .& Farrar,
J. DR.RISIGA.KF.R, Grocer. de7,l.
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
The Bradley Engine !
A New Compound or
Double Cylinder Engine.
tisk:ftoTHF. STEAM w c
And bi \\'urntnted.tugh•t
FIFTY TO ONE HUNDRED FER CENT
More power than a Singh. C. lindr•r Engine
ming-the ,azne amount of steam,
STEAM ENGINES AN!) BOILERS
OIL STILLS AND TANKS 2
Of nit Descriptions
dc12 , 41
Mrs. John B. Perkins,
C Co N V.lEle TION 14:;111.1T.S
Foreign & Dontestie Fruits,
NO. 822 STATE ST., CORNER NINTH
Pine Apples, Oranges, Lemons Peaches,
Always on band hi !heir season
Partleg promptly' furnimhed with overt* Ile
scriptlon of CAKE, PYILAAIIAS, ICES. ETC
The What .tore west of New York.
A new and well meleeted stuek of
Stoves, Tin, Japanned, Briitania and
CISTERN AND WELL PUMPS
Home Fnrui4hing Goutir 6441erally.
PATTERSO.N & AVERY
V-. 7 French St., Ern•. l'a
We :urn /UM' a large and well arranged shop,
with all tile modern Improvements for manu
facturing tin ware of every description, and
with a corps tif competent workmen, tinder the
supervision of 3fr. C. Avery (who has had many
years axperlenee Melt!: work). Weary fully pre
pared to dojob work of all kinds with 11Patnemm
and dispatch. Are well posted in setting hot air
flitnnees, nailing, etc. Call and see us and ex
amine our stock. tohlrraS-Iy.
rIPTIE CO-PA RTNEInsitIP heretofore existing
between_ the undersigned, in the Planing
Hill, Door, Stash and Blind business ; under the
firm name of Jacob Bootx xt: Co., was dissolved
by mutual con.ent on the :Ist day of June, lsott,
The business will be continued by Jacob Ihxdr.,
who is authorlied to settle all the accounts of
the late firm. JACOB BOOTY,
• The undersigned, intruding to continue the
above business, at the old stand, west side of
Peach, between 12th and I3th streets, desires to
call the attention of the public to his facilities
for supplying them with anything in his line.
Lumber planed to order, and scroll sawing of
sil kinds done. Hash, Mors and Minds furn
ished to order. Alt kinds of Lumber on hand,
together with Shingles and Lath. In fact, eve
rything that is usually dealt in or done at find,
class establishments of the kind. Thankful for
past kind favors, I respectfully solicit a "con
tinuance of the same.
V. A. WEIRIEtt at CO..
Country Prodnee, firocerles, Provisions,
WINES, LIQUORS, SEGAIts,
Tobacco, Crockery Ware, Fruits, Nob', Sc.,
No. 814: State ttroet.
West side, between Bth and tan Streets, Erie, Pa.
Mal paid for country produce.
F. A. WEBER. cura-tr. W. ERILART.
L. 13. CIIEVALIF:I3.
DESIGNER & DECORATIVE ARTIST !
Neatest, Cheapest, and
York Best Sign Painting West
Parlors, Ch City. urch - um, act.,
Frescoed In the neatest style of the art,
General Designing, Drafting of Models for the
Patent Office, and every description of Orna
mental Painting executed, promptly. Rooms in
Warm? dell. MN seeand door and'id-te.
Ta..II4I.CCCI AND CIGIA.III4.
1818 PEACH OT.,
South of the Mao Depot.
.. .ws9azi s titad a good worlds:tent of the
pip o e M i iry grade , wholesale and re •
tatL muse . eftr i3oxell and Awoken'
wt tli a eel. Don' tio Please favor ate
fittest t * Mg" the MR
nu 211747 Nadi
THE LATEST PUBLISHED
Sent to uny Addl.Es% on Iter,lia
, 1 , 1 , 1re-Nting
0. J. WILLARD,
No. ,5-13 faro:l4l%l,a). \'.•p Twit
"If I Couldn't How l'ould I '
song by floplint, • ••,
"cp,,.. ob e r Jordan'- le J,, u i uu „• ,I
.. }Citil Nll.lO. of old hl , r '; •
"Thinking of O •
"Waiting St It f o r 'I ; •
"titan+ of Pronllse h/ , ;
"pleasant 31eillorie "; .•• J. IL I
"There'd a B//014(ing ihr• I) ,0r,.; N .l) • •
candy Kifilg by Wat,
"Leaves that Fall in sot I ;en I:
"Al..tweet Brier Iltee is My Moub.
"Angel of Lle.inty"; byll. P. 11,111 -
"Cottage them"; song by 1,;‘,.1 0 ,
•`2.9ll..ezitrt Song": by ilouard P.
"In thin Beautiful Land of M 3 hi!. ~„.
"Meet Me, Darling, on To-11112.1d ;
"Write Me a H lot of >ly Falb, r ,by ! c u . ,
"Friends We Loved in Form. •
"In t, r' Meitoow' ; ballad 1.3 •
..Come to My Heart Ye Faded I
"liweet.(inxxl N ; 11, I'.
"My Beautiful Pearl". 11. 1' -'
"Ka song an'd piton,. I,v li I' I '
"frame of My Youth'; b.f., IT
"Fatlier,We Watclieu at the t4:11,1,, , ,
song mid clowns by Keeler. . •
"31emories of tie Past". * by' stephen
"it seems but t tie Other Day"; bt I. I;
: "yearn Ago"; by J. IL Thomas
I "Clare Kane''; song by }folder... -•
"Jesus, Savionrof My sour; '
tenor and alto voices, will,
• Slier Will . ....
"Like Noah's I,Yeary .114,Ve" . ;
contralto Will chorus..
i "Softly Now the Light of Day
solos or soprano, tenor, with ii are.
"Be Joyful in t .e Lord"; •
bv IL 1 , ,
"Cast Thy Burden on the Lord' ; "01,
pram and tenor, by Hanford„ .
"Savii,e, Sous" , of Every 'Blessing ;
"re Ikutn"; flat, by I)artlee '
"It is a G 1.1.1 Thing to Give rhankt"...,1,1.:
I "Praise the lord, ti My Sour; far
IV) Itllll . .
A. new tict.,,,,1 Bonk, "Nlm• b v1t”.1:
• frortirlig"; by Henry Tuelo•r..
4./. .1. 0,
No. 'at \ •
Whole%ttle At:vitt for the City ;tr.,: t.;—.! \
yorit for the e e i,l,o, '
, '• VCISAIE "
PIANO FORTES ;
A. ntrletly !..pouldet.; flmt , •
futled to beeomo the LEADING IL Ni
•r introduced. beaten, v. ill be slippl:el
howost Wholesale RAU, ale!
Don. Large Illti.trated price
likotie‘s from photographs., , out t oue „ 11 .,
Wholesale At;.•ln 541111 on.: . a\
S. B. aS: U. 1%. SAI ITIFS
AMERICAN — OIIGANs:
0. J. Willard, Wholes:llr. .leant
The Cam , . ctt,
LARGE. , Cr IN TIM ILtUNI 1,
Vey and beauti: in
—are made nem the lie-t nt 11,,,i• rid. Nu,
with great cute, tut \ Inv ttl Ii j , ipe,,:za:
quality of Imo., yet 1.1 , , and inellmt. .1n• t_
I , Med hi high, y bloil; Walnut a:.
blow pedal., kr,ec I, All h.,,, thi lr
limbo stop, with v• he Ii II:, imm I .lut,tul ills
can be produced. t-, i t 1 , ,::11:1• , :r. , te•I , •
giving full particular.. Add,
. - 4: • ,
- .;-‘• . •
I V" • •
Pianos trout St (.111W11
ver, kanll Clabler. 1a41 , ,n ,
Prices at a large di , , , ,ant
ens' privet.. Every Lii,trlunott
the heat sewing Mac
on hand. Every 31:Lehine W211r,L111,.;
hli State -trut t, Env, Pa
_ILL . t
at p.ll—t 1.
' , REFINED
T p M
CifEMICAL: ,4 Rid• s -
OLIVE I„CHIPASIVE 4. , K
PP I -oEv,4„
SOAP. SOAP. k ,
VO un:s7rFArrt , Ri - r. OF C,
4p AND CNNv
Corner of Holland and Sixth Streets
Greenbacks for lima 1%.
r "legal tenter, - arc vood einaigh
dier, merchant, farmer, rnerbani, '
Or, :tail all othels lvlto pay I ,t •
tliey ate got.l eitottgll .
rich bolunloider4 NO,
ploy no ta•e , . '
The only Democratic daily in W , `Zer .
avlvanla, and IL nrst-elnaa n0% . p.~p ,
the Int, intelligeuee from u•I ;
world. run local :kilt' , o111111.•0 1.111 , rd.r. , .• •
or with n vast amount of ini , e..9A! , •"' fr "
Iv delivered.. to hilb.erlbers I , ‘ -
nagliboring cities and town.. !
PI teen Center Rer Week, or by Ma-' 1
Dollars a Year.
• Till.: WEEKLY POST.
(Imitation larger than any itadle.ll
per pnbilahed in PenusyWant.t. t iorg i
page paper, forty-eight column...l ala - e, 7 .,"; ,
taing the leading caltortak,
Daily Post, full reportA (h.. doing . '"
Rump—lute telegrams, cable. 1 O
reports, agricultaral, poetry, ' 4 ' 4l '.
Mailed to any address, at
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR,
Or When ordered in club. of an't
ONE DOLLAR, AND FIFTY CRIM
az- tlivulate the Pont and laere.e , t. , 1%":;,
crate vote. Alt orders must be 340 L n iti ,
with the cash, and no deviation e•kli
front the tenths given above. :,prAnunt - u
nutileal to any addre.. free of charge A';
the publiniterq, JAM. P,
- - •
8. /IUNTEI2 Mix removed tr , h l
.z.v. stand, south of the Depot, to then'
the doors weiit of the America' ta
went Ptak, where he huv a very title hs
" FIATS, CAPS, &C.. &C..
warranted to be eqtutl to style,
toth to any itt the market, and re ,, Pec: l ":`
Its a call (roux his old friend,. told due
generally, assuring them none will gc•Prs.
LANKB! ! —.A Co — rnP r: 1 ; .
+ moot of every kind of Blank , fire'7. a it
Attar/kora, .llnstiora, Conatabies and
Moo. for sale at the Observer °Mee!
iOB PAINTING of every k—rot:in- ter,:
small quantitieg, plain or co tarol. 67, 1 y
• beat style, and at. moderato Price . .
4). 1' 6'11.1.114.D,